AMD leak gives an insight into other incoming RDNA 3 GPUs but you however should not get carried away. As at the moment, you should know that this is just another rumor and therefore we do not have much to go on to even guess a performance.
AMD Leak Gives an Insight into Other Incoming RDNA 3 GPUs
This incoming Navi 32 and 33 graphics cards by AMD have had some of its specs leaked, and just as with the rumor mill, you should divulge the contents of this very rumor with some skepticism.
Navi 31 as you already know is the flagship GPU the RX 7900 XT and 7900 XTX will reportedly be built around. And it will be the very first RDNA 3 graphics card that will be hitting shelves in the coming month and the Navi 32 and 33 will be the other two GPUs below that although we do not know what models they will be powering as of yet or even whey they might be unveiled.
What We Know So Far As Per the Leaker
However and according to leaker @Kepler_L2 on Twitter as reported by Tom’s hardware we do know that it is the supposed core counts of these very GPUs as uncovered through the ROCm software of AMD on GitHub.
Navi 32 based on these findings is going to be having 60 compute units, thus meaning 3,840 stream processors (cores), whereas, the Navi 33 will be sporting 32 CUs or 2,048 stream processors which is the maximum configuration and there also will be variants with cut-down number of cores.
It is, however, helpful to put that into perspective and of course, we can easily do that simply by configuring the full-fat RDNA 3 flagship GPU, with Navi 31 offering 96 CUs or 6,144 stream processors.